No naive, but a troll. Everyone knows that medical journals and studies are expensive to fund and are only funded by big pharma. If big pharma can't patent it (which they can't), then the study will never see the light of day. Duh! Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10327591
All information is controlled, it is up to each of us to see that and sift for the truth.
How am I a troll if OP says "Proven to cure cancer" and I'm asking for the information source where OP gets the courage to make this claim?
What YOU are saying is that OP is wrong, and it's not proven to cure cancer or anything else.
So instead of calling me a troll, why not just tell me there isn't any Proof at all, only anecdotal evidence at best?
If you feel I'm exposing some sort of inadequecy and this brings shame, that's not my fault. I'm "Joe on the street" looking for a cancer cure and what you and OP are doing is pulling up in a Road-show cart, rolling up the side window, and saying "Step right up, folks, it'll cure what ails ye!"
I mean, it's classic, really. What's worse is that neither of you are actually selling the product, but you're doing the work second-hand for the snake oil salesman.
So, one more time, if there's actual proof like OP says, where can I find it? Understanding, of course, that the definition of proof lies within the scientific method.